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again. >>> plus. nra has made its position clear. the answer to gun vie mens, more guns. we have evidence that posting armed guards everywhere has the exact opposite effect. the latest blooins as the obama administration moves to curb the availability of assault weapons. >>> let me finish with why this nomination of chuck hagel should be given a solid, solid chance, and that is "hardball," the place for poll pick it is i can't imagine anything better. you're getting a ton of shrimp, and it tastes really good! [ male announcer ] hurry in to red lobster's 30 shrimp for just $11.99! iticschoose any two of five savory shrimp selections, like mango jalapeƑo shrimp and parmesan crunch shrimp. .. >>> hillary clinton is back at work at the state department. this morning she chaired the weekly meeting of the department's leadership team and one thing on the agenda will be testifying on capitol hill about the benghazi attack that is killed four americans. secretary clinton has been sidelined nearly a month after suffering a stomach bug, dehydration, a concussion, and then a blood clot. sh
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the edges, maybe banning high capacity ammunition magazines, that might be possible. the nra is the big issue, but i wouldn't say it's necessarily on the republican side only, it's on the democratic side also. you have fully half of your new senate has either an a+, a or a- rating from the nra. so if you want anything to happen on gun control, you're going to have at least half of the senate upsetting the nra and that's a very difficult proposition." > "there is no more uphill fight than this. the question is, do we fight or do we knuckle under?" >> the man accused of shooting scores of movie- goers at an aurora colorado movie theater last summer is expected to face a judge on monday. the court will decide then if there is enough evidence to require james holmes to stand trial. casey wian has the details. >> aurora, colorado, just after midnight, july 20, 2012. >> 9-1-1 cal. 315 and 314 first shooting at century theaters, 14 300 east alameda avenue, they're saying somebody's shooting in the auditorium. >> he came down with his gun in my face. he was about three feet away in that inciden
on the democratic side who are running in many different directions. and the nra is a formidable opponent. >> it's interesting. that's a very important key here. you know, michael bloomberg sort of doing this. you have a group with ties to move on to doing that. white house during their thing. the nra sticking to plan. >> absolutely. of all the groups the only one that's really been able to galvanize their base of support is the nra. everyone else seems to be fractured and in pockets. the more that those voices out there can gal vanize the people behind some movement that supports the ultimate gain -- >> i hear you. don't underestimate the newtown families. >> i agree. >> 9/11 victims' families were powerful political force. >> i agree. >> newtown families could become a very powerful force. shameless plug time. shira. >> my northwestern wildcats for winning their first bowl game in 64 years. >> if it wasn't for northwestern the big 10 -- >> i never thought anyone would say that sentence. >> how about that? >> i'm shameless plugging my husband's grandma is -- her birthday is coming up this weeke
stopped 26 murders. >> bob: may have. you buy in the nra, arm every school. >> barbara boxer wants the national guard there. >> bob: that is ridiculous, too. i didn't know about a boxer, the nra and barbara boxer. >> dana: does a legislation comes with a magic wand that going to make all these guns go away. >> a magic wand, you swing that thing, you could take somebody's eye out. have we talked to any wizards about this. >> i want to move on. >> kimberly: so how about this. 25% are saying it's not accurate. >> not only that, what we found what people have found, like you said 25% may not be accurate. any time you apply for a handgun permit, this is not rifles or shotguns but just handguns. it would show up on that map. in 1970 it applied for handguns and move out of the town, that address still had a red dot on it. number two, there are certain correctional officers who say, hey, we know where you live now. you have a gun. we know exactly where you are. the prisoners they know where they live. there are so many reasons why that is bad. i have been on my record, put my name address
facing protests because they offered discounts to n.r.a. members and in connecticut pushed the publicly disclosed every handgun owner in that state. those stories and what the president said about gun control before he was president. all that new at 10. bank of america, well, they're paying 3.6 billion dollars cash to fannie mae as part of a settlement to resolve claims related to residents on mortgage loans, nicole, that's a lot of money, the bank of america shares. >> that's a lot of money, but it takes out the guesswork, and so we actually saw the stock hit ago new 52-week high and right now seems unchanged at the moment and as we know, paying 3.6 billion over to fannie mae and this is just all the claims for residential mortgage and they'll repurchase 6.75 billion dollars worth of residential mortgage loans that were sold to fannie mae. so, they'll be doing that as well. and right now, the stock at 12.08. back to you. charles: thanks, now i have seven early movers for you, let's start with harmon, an upgrade this morning at robert baird to outperform. the target 63, previous target
. >> it will be difficult because not these are pro-gun states. more because the nra is so powerful and basically try to destroy anybody that supports any kind of even reasonable gun control. none of these politicians will come out and say that but that is the bottom line. they know if they come out against they will be bombarded by ads from the nra. bill: tony. >> i think with all due respect that is over simplification. nra is not a partisan, one party organization. they support a whole lot of democrats. if you look at rahm emanuel, the mayor of chicago who was obama's chief of staff, when he was head of dccc he actively recruited pro-gun demonstrates from pro-gun districts because this is really a regional issue. so what you are going to have right now, not people who are against sensible reforms, and i agree, many of these are sensible. we have already background checks. let's enforce those. bill: you have them a lot of places. if it were passed in federal law would have to do it in every state. that is the assumption we're working off this definition. >> sure. bill: tried to figure out what it m
at sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut last month the nra said to place a good guy with a gun -- >> some of those at fort ord. >> stephanie: right. also columbine. she says i recently visited some latin-american countries that mesh with the nra's vision where guards with guns grace every lobby, storefront, atm and restaurant and gas station. has not made the countries saner or better. guatemala, honduras, venezuela have some of the highest homicide rates in the world. >> what a coincidence. >> stephanie: oh no. you mean wayne lapierrre could be wrong about something? a society that is relying on guys with guns to stop violence is a sign of a society where institutions have broken down said an expert, it is shocking to hear anyone in the united states considering a solution mald make it seem more like colombia. somalia. perfect. as guns proliferate legally and illegally, people seem more terrorized in guatemala. riding a public bus is a risky business. more than 500 bus drivers have been killed in robberies since 2007 which tracks organized crime in the americas to c
. >> reporter: the report also claims the white house may be looking for ways to work around the nra, but in nbc's "meet the press" today, republican senate leader mitch mcconnell said guns are not an immediate priority. >> there will be plenty of time to take a look at their recommendations once they come forward. the -- what's going to nominate washington for the next three months here is going to be spending and debt. >> reporter: president obama though has promised that gun violence is an issue he will not put off. mark potter, nbc news, miami. >>> turning overseas now to the crisis in syria and a rare public speech today from that country's embattled president, bashar al assad. nbc's stephanie gosk monitoring developments for us tonight from cairo. stephanie, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. bashar al assad does not show up in public much these days. his last speech was back in june. he spoke live today to his country, conceding nothing and as defiant as ever. in a packed opera theater in damascus, supporters jumped to their feet and cheered for syria's president. "we will d
for ways to work around the nra. >> plenty of time to take a look at their recommendations once they come forward. what's going to dominate washington for the next three months here is going to and spending and debt. >> reporter: president obama has promised that gun violence is an issue that he won't put off. >>> and now here's your "first look" at this dish of scrambled politics. >>> general stanley mcchris tall wris there was a quote deficit of trust over decisions about the war. he was fired in 2010 after an article in rolling stone quoted him and his staff making dismisive comments about the white house. >>> former new york governor eliot spitzer won't stay with current tv. spitzer said that their mission will be different. >>> as hillary clinton gets ready to step down from the cabinet the guessing may begin about who may play her in a movie. >>> a petition on the white house website suggest a weekly reality tv show starring the vice president. it suggested that the show could feature some of the veep's funniest moments. >>> a conservative coup collapsed before john boehner was conf
and that emotional momentum may have slowed a little bit. we also see the nra. they're very powerful. still powerful. and they have a lot of allies in congress, not just among the republicans, but also with some democrats. the new senator from north dakota who was out over the weekend certainly doesn't seem open to a lot of these proposals. so it's going to be a legislative challenge for the white house to push forward whatever proposals they develop and get those passed in congress. >> are there people in the house and senate who have sort of cred on both sides they think they can use. we have heard a number of gun owners, people who have ratings with the nra saying things like you don't need an assault weapon to go duck hunting. >> you know, there are some. i think we're going to see them emerge and play sort of a leadership role once these proposals are developed. the president himself is going to try to make a public relations push to generate public support out in the country for these proposals. the white house is talking with some people who are advisers to michael bloomberg, the mayor of new
to the nra or anybody that says, hey, this isn't the problem, if it's not the problem, it will make a difference, it should make a difference banning them. let's err on the side of caution, keep the kids safe. thank you. >> let me also echo again my appreciation for commissioner dr. joe marshall because omega boys club has been a great partner. they are part of our effort to organize commutes, to intervene as early as we can, and i totally agree with the chief that these particular guns, if you look at them up front and close, you'll see they really shouldn't be in anybody's homes. they're designed to kill folks. many of them military style. i think to bring home the real story here is dr. andrei campbell of our san francisco general hospital, and also on staff at ucsf. he is at the forefront of world class trauma center that we have. and if you go day to day, and certainly with the 67 homicides that we have with the numbers of bodies that were showing up and people have shown up, many of which he saved, many of which he couldn't save that were victims of bullets and violence and gu
. so we have to be measures that address the problem. it seems to be the nra is perfectly correct when it says that if you want to protect children in schools, you don't declare that the school is a gun free zone. because it's fairly an invitation to a criminal to go there. he wouldn't go to the department of justice with a gun because he wouldn't get in. gerri: what do you say about the issues of guns in schools? a lot of people really responded to that. what is the right course of action there for gun control in schools? >> i am the grandchildren of nine grandchildren. i have never thought to myself that i would have to worry about them in school everyday. the gentleman is absolutely right. it makes it a soft target. my idea truthfully, sweetheart, would be that they put a veteran in school. veterans the task to have been employed them when they have nothing else to do. >> the second amendment is clear. once you speak it, back in 1994, the original ban will take place. this time, as soon as the shooting take place, the shooting happened. you can't help it. what should have been done,
or giving them to minors. wow, ideas, something to talk about. forget that. already, nra-backed lawmakers are shooting down the administration's approach. >> i think you need to putter g everything on the table, but what i hear from the administration and if "the washington post" is to be believed, that's way in extreme of what i think is necessary or even should be talked about, and it's not going to pass. see, that's the other thing. >> we're talking about this on the same day that james holmes, the accused aurora shooter, appears in court, a painful reminder, along with sandy hook, of why we're even discussing gun laws right now. in a cnn poll taken after the sandy hook shooting, about two-thirds supported new gun restrictions, including a ban on semiautomatic assault weapons. but gun rights advocates don't much like that either. so what kind of gun control might they favor? as one law maker put it, nothing, if you call it gun control. >> a lot of times when you talk about gun control, you turn off more than half of your audience, and this is more than just that. what we're doing is w
felons. dangerously mentally ill. >> reporter: a democrat from north dakota with an a-rating from the nra told george stephanopoulos, those proposals go too far. >> that's way -- way an extreme of what i think is necessary or should be talked about. it is not going to pass. >> reporter: one of the members of the vice presidential task force told me he is pushing for reforms beyond assault weapons because he wants to keep any gun out of the hand of criminals or mentally ill. >> some measures talked about were outlined in "the washington post" article over the weekend. the white house is saying, off the record, said some of the things may not be entirely accurate. still a work in progress. try to temper some of what was reported by the post. >> the bottom line is, i think, we have discussed this many times. okay you have of a gun to protect your home, protect your family, a 38, perhaps a handgun. why do you need the assault weapon? those are the weapons people are trying to get their hand on, the weapons likely targeted by the new gun laws you. don't need them for hunting. you don't need th
newtown, then that unearths to the nra's benefit. what appears in the vice president's commission appears to be doing is looking at ways to mobilize the anger and frustration about what happened in newtown. >> let me ask you this quickly. i asked you earlier, the washington post, your paper's report, says that president obama wouldn't have to get congressional approval for some of the measures. "possibilities include changes in federal mental health programs and modernization of gun trafficking efforts by the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives. >> right. and so, you know, again, these are recommend daxs that we're hearing about from a commission that isn't exactly holding public hearings. i think what we need to do is wait and see what they propose. and then, also, how they propose the president is able to do these things. i think the question will be how? what's the legal basis for the president to do the sings that they say they can do on his own. >> well, we'll be watching. jonathan, thank you so much for your time tonight. >> thanks, rev. >> coming up, hillary clinton
a school or giving one to minors. the administration is reportedly hoping to counter nra opposition by convincing gun retailers such as walmart that the new measures would help their profits. news of the proposals comes after yet another shooting in aurora, colorado, site of the nation's second worse than rampage last year after newtown. a gunman killed three people in and our colorado home on saturday before being shot dead by police. aurora is where suspect james holmes allegedly killed 12 people and wounded 58 others during a midnight movie screening in july. in aurora police spokesperson described the latest shooting. >> kept persisting on him coming out and surrounding -- surrendering. he did not. then he came to a second story window with a gun and fired upon as a second time, this time shots were returned. the suspect was hit. he has been pronounced dead. we have sent people in and have confirmed there were three other victims inside who have all been pronounced dead at this time. >> colorado is set to open its largest shooting rage to date, the cheyenne mountain shooting com
in 2010 given the nra freedom fund award. is there any new gun control that you would accept? >> the reason we're discussing this is because of the tragedy in newtown and every parent. my wife and i, we have two little girls age four and age two. every parent was horrified at what happened throw the children and six adults senselessly murdered takes your breath away. within minutes we saw politicians run out and try to exploit this tragedy and push their political agenda of gun control. i do not support their gun control agenda for two reasons. number one, it is unconstitutional. >> is there anything you would accept? >> are there things we could do? sure. we could improve the quality of the federal database. right now a lot of states and local jurisdictions are not reporting criminal convictions and not reporting mental health barriers to ownership and so the federal database is not nearly as good as it should be. that would be a common sense improvement. that is not what is being proposed. senator dianne feinstein's bill would create a national gun registry. i don't think t
about at least the strategy from the gop regarding gun control legislation. >> well, the nra and the republicans who support them, this is always their strategy is basically to slow walk any gun legislation -- >> but you and i know that at the end of the year we were told that things changed. newtown changed everything and wayne lappier going out and they said that the game changed after those lives were lost so the strategy of wait won't work. >> well, is that true or not? >> yeah. >> i think we will see if the pressure keeps up or fades. i think frankly a lot of the public sentiment has faded. a lot of public pressure has faded and the longer legislators wait to about on this the longer and the degree to which the president chooses to press it, whether he chooses to make it part of the inaugural or state of the union remarks is a point, too. this is whether he has the political will to keep it on the radar. >> "the washington post" is reporting a more ambitious gun control legislation by the president. he wants the ideas before the state of the union and a part of that. i r
that might be possible. >> the nra is the big issue but i would not nestle s.a. is on the republican side onl is on thnot say it is on the republican side only. some democrats are on board. >> there is no more uphill fight than this. >> will follow the latest from capitol hill. will take a quick break and be back on the kron 4 morning news. >> a live look out of walnut creek as we go. the ride on 680 moving well. foggy out there and cold as well. erica will have a look at your forecast in a bit. wall combelcome back.. >> five men accused of raping and killing a young student in the indian cavil have arrived at court for pretrial proceedings. >> police have charged the man with murder, rape and other crimes that could bring them to death. >> the crime costs nationwide outrage, leading to massive protest. >> a sixth suspect was 17 years old was suspected to be tried in juvenile court, where the maximum sentence would have been three years and reform facility. >> syrrian syrrianbashar al assa addressed his war-torn nation in a rape speech. >> he stood firm against global calls from him to step d
. it wasn't a question of being on left or the right. i'm completely baffled why in america the nra and other gun rights groups have allowed this debate and framed this debate in a political manner -- >> but, piers, you have these people on the show, and i'm just asking the question, and you call them stupid or a liar. a lot of critics are out there and they're giving you flack for doing that. how do you respond? >> i think you should have the flack. you put your head over the paraput -- the reality of this is it's too serious to be quiet. and the media generally in america after these gun massacres tends to just go very quiet, very quickly. there's a huge period of mourning for a few days and then that's it. nothing happens. nothing changes. well, if you can't change the gun laws in america, which has the worst gun murder rate of almost anywhere in the world, and has maybe 12,000 people murdered with duaguns a year compared to 35 in children, if you can't change it after 20 young children are blown to piece, when do you change it? i'm aware it's a sensitive issue. i'm also aware be
this morning for standing up. it takes, you have to be courageous to stand against the nra. i want to commend you for that. i want you to remember every bit them that has lost their life. the ones that lost their lives in newtown, of the ones that lost their lives in conn, the ones that have lost their lives at virginia tech, most of all urban america. we want to remember all of them today. we want to take a moment of silence to remember them and to remember them in a way that we are going to fight and never forget who they are and their memory. we want to fight today, this is what we're here about today. standing with the police chief was saying enough is enough. standing with the politicians who is saying enough is enough. the whole reason for us to be out here today is to say something. it is not enough to say something, we have to do something and that is why we are here. we like you to take your hats off at this moment and we want to about in a moment of silence for those of lost their lives in this great country. (silence) we pray today that your memory will never be forgotten and that
of disturbing that people are calling for my death because i'm a member of the n.r.a. they're worried about me. i go to class and i go to the range on occasion. >>steve: thank you for your service and joining us today. thank you, sir. >> thank you. stroeup he left a -- >>steve: he left a phone in a cab and discovered somebody was using it to somebody was using it to get and date.s to stay in motio. staying active can actually ease arthritis sympto. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function so moving is easier. celebrex can be taken with or without food. and it's not a narcotic. you and your doctor should balance the benets with theisks. all prescription nsaids, like celebrex, ibuprofen, naproxen, and meloxicam have the same cardiovascular warning. they all may increase the chance of heart attack or st
reportedly is developing strategies, natalie, to go around the nra, national rifle association, that has opposed similar proposals in the past. >> peter at the white house. thanks so much, peter. >>> a hearing for the colorado movie theater suspect holmes may be the closest thing to a trial that the victims and their families get to see. he allegedly opened fire on moviegoers back in july. legal experts say because the evidence against him is so strong, holmes may take a plea deal to avoid the death penalty. >>> the president has signed into law a bill providing nearly $10 billion to victims of superstorm sandy. the new law ramps up fema's borrowing authority so that 100,000 flood claims won't be delayed. another $51 billion in aid will be voted on later this month. >>> a lot of news to report this morning from a world of sports. the 113-day nhl dispute has been settled and players could head back to the ice in the next few weeks. meanwhile, the nfl playoffs are off to a wild start as the washington redskins lost quarterback robert griffin iii to a knee injury, costing them the game agai
shootings, you recall the nra suggested all schools install armed guards to prevent a similar tragedy. >> the only way to stop a monster from killing our kids is to be personally involved and invested in a plan of absolute protection. the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. >> jennifer: of course wayne lapierre went on to suggest that there should be armed personnel inside our schools, and our next guest thinks that's a good idea. bob marshall has drafted legislation that at least one person be armed inside of our schools in virginia. welcome inside "the war room." >> it could also be a good lady with a gun as an off-duty deputy sheriff proved last week when someone entered a theater with a gun. >> jennifer: which is better from your perspective? should be it an armed teacher? an armed guard with a gun? would the armed person have prevented the sandy hook tragedy in your mind? >> let me give you the background? virginia there are 1980 public schools. we have 552 armed police guns there are about 860 security personnel who are from pri
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